News: Thorp Locals (24 Jun 1948)
Surnames: Malaszuk, Krych, Krupp Gorsegner, Collins, Kamba, McMahon, Conklin, Cole, Morrison, Kile, Deforth, Quelling, Burkhardt, Soderberg, Bogumill, Rasmussen, Gruszynski, Arsenault, Walker, Manicki, Rixford
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 06/24/1948
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Malaszuk and children and Mr. and Mrs. J. Malaszuk returned home from Chicago on Tuesday, after attending the wedding of Kruppa and Krych, also visiting relatives and friends.
Leonard Gorsegner visited the Ozark Ranch at Wishek, N.D. last week.
Mrs. C. Collins, Rt. 3, entertained a group of friends at dinner, Friday, June 18th for Mrs. Jos. Kamba of Chicago. Guests present included: Mesdames J. McMahon, J. Conklin, Nora Cole, B. Morrison and J. Kile. On Monday, June 21, Mrs. J. McMahon and Mrs. John Kile entertained the same group of ladies in honor of Mrs. Kamba at the home of Mrs. McMahon.
Philip Deforth spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday visiting relatives and friends in Colby and Curtiss.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Quelling and children of Sidney, Mont., now vacationing at the Ed Rixford home in Stanley, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Burkhardt and family were 7:00 supper guests at the Pat Soderberg home on Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Bogumill, Mrs. Art Rasmussen, Clara and Lewis Gruszynski and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Arsenault and daughter Kay spent Sunday with Lorrayne Walker and children at Lake Wissota.
Mrs. Jos. Bogumill returned to her home here from Madison last week, where she had been for several months receiving treatment for her eyes. Mrs. Stanley J. Manicki and daughters accompanied her here.
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